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SB 276 enables more vaccine-inflicted injuries and deaths

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SB 276 enables more vaccine-inflicted injuries and deaths

Vaccine makers have a free pass on vaccine design

LOS ANGELES—Conscience Coalition is continuing its efforts to educate California lawmakers about the real, imminent danger of Senate Bill 276—an extreme bill that will essentially eliminate medical exemptions from mandatory vaccines for children. The measure will force doctors to violate their Hippocratic Oath, rob patients of informed consent and add to the vaccine-inflicted injury and death toll. 

Vaccine safety has never been a priority. Providing even more evidence that vaccine safety was not a purpose or priority of the National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act (NCVIA), the federal law of the land that codified an entire system to compensate victims of grave injuries and deaths inflicted by the vaccine themselves, the 2011 majority opinion of the Supreme Court of the United States in Bruesewitz v. Wyeth found that the design of a vaccine is not open to question in tort actions. 

The opinion of the court stated, “What the statute establishes as a complete defense must be unavoidability (given safe manufacture and warning) with respect to the particular design. Which plainly implies that the design itself is not open to question.” Further, the “even though” clause in this line of the NCIVA, “if the injury or death resulted from side effects that were unavoidable even though the vaccine was properly prepared” and [labeled], according the majority opinion, “is meant to signal the unexpected: unavoidable side effects persist despite best manufacturing and labeling practices.” 

“Further evidence comes from FDA’s regulations—more than 90 of them—that pervasively regulate the manufacturing process,” the opinion continued, “down to the requirements for plumbing and ventilation systems at each manufacturing facility. Material noncompliance with any one of them, or with any other FDA regulation, could cost the manufacturer its regulatory-compliance defense. Design defects, in contrast, do not merit a single mention in the NCVIA or the FDA’s regulations. Indeed, the FDA has never even spelled out in regulations the criteria it uses to decide whether a vaccine is safe and effective for its intended use.” Further, the NCVIA, “which in every other respect micromanages manufacturers, is silent on how to evaluate competing designs.”

“This is unbelievable when you stop and think about this,” said Jonathan Lockwood, executive director of Conscience Coalition. “We always hear the ‘safe and effective’ dogma from all the supporters of vaccine mandates and the sponsors of SB 276. Yet there is not one regulation regarding how to make vaccines ‘safe and effective for their intended use.’ This is why vaccine-inflicted injuries and deaths are inevitable.”

The amount of vaccine casualties in the United States is staggering and in fact innumerable. Per the Health Services and Resources Administration’s Aug. 1, 2019 report, at least $4,182,078,646.00 in taxpayer dollars have paid out in compensation to vaccine victims. But that’s just the tip of the iceberg. A 2011 Harvard Pilgrim Health study commissioned by the CDC revealed less than just 1 percent of vaccine adverse events have ever been reported.

“No liability. No accountability. And consumers are forced to bailout the corporations that injure and kill our sons and daughters,” Lockwood continued. “The NCVIA was essentially a permanent bailout for dangerous vaccines and the casualties continue to mount.”

Lockwood added: 

“Knowing this, California lawmakers need to decide if they will knowingly add to the vaccine-inflicted injury and death toll or say no to SB 276.”


About Conscience Coalition

Conscience Coalition is a nonpartisan nonprofit pulling together like-minded groups from across America to increase the 3 Cs—Communication, Cooperation and Coordination—to unite and win. The organization is focused on bringing together conscience rights and medical freedom groups in California through grassroots organizing, activism and education.

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